A Jersey Metropolis man was charged with 9 separate automotive burglaries in Bayonne, relationship again to August 25th, yesterday, police mentioned.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
Mitch T. West III, 18, of Jersey Metropolis, was charged with eight counts of housebreaking and theft, in addition to two counts of fraudulent use of a bank card, in response to Police Capt. Eric Amato.
West was taken into custody at round 8:26 a.m. yesterday from the realm of West 25th Street. Officers responded to the realm of West 25th Street on a report of a person checking door handles of automobiles.
Upon arrival, they met with the person in query, later recognized as West. In the course of the on-scene investigation, officers have been offered info and video footage of the underground parking storage of 22 West 25th Street.
The investigation revealed that West had burglarized a car on September 12th in that underground parking storage and was subsequently positioned beneath arrest for that incident.
A search incident led to the invention of a number of bank cards that didn’t belong to him, resulting in expenses for 3 acts of housebreaking and theft on September 17th.
Upon additional investigation, he was charged with stealing a pockets from a automotive on East 19th Street, in addition to taking unfastened change and bank cards from a car parked close to East 19th Street and Broadway on September 12th.
He subsequently tried to make use of one of many bank cards at a retailer in Bayonne, authorities mentioned.
Comparable incidents have been reported on August 25th, 29th, and 31st, respectively, and he was charged for making a purchase order with the stolen bank card on the 29th, officers mentioned.